Opening this weekend is 21 and Over, a new alcohol-drenched frat house comedy that marks the directing debut of The Hangover scribes Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. In the film, three high school buddies reunite to celebrate the youngest’s 21st birthday. And then things go horribly, horribly wrong. Alcohol poisoning, angry sorority sisters with twisted hazing rituals, stampeding buffalo and pratfalls from five stories ensue.
Last week, Collider sat down with Skylar Astin and Sarah Wright to discuss their raunchy film. During the interview, we discussed their favorite drinking games, how this film stacks up to other college comedies, why Gwen Stefani plays a big role in the ideal 21st birthday and much more. They even propose a Collider.com theme song. Hit the jump to watch.
Skylar Astin and Sarah Wright:
- 00:00 – Astin and Wright improvise a theme song for Collider.com
- 00:20 — Favorite drinking games
- 01:05 – What makes this movie unique when compared to Project X, The Hangover and other recent bawdy comedies?
- 02:15 — What were your 21st birthdays like?
- 03:10 – Was there anything on set that was too dirty to make it into the film?
- 03:45 – What was the most offensive piece of on-set improv?